Lecture History

1972 “Talking pictures,” 1922 Sound-on-Film Motion Picture Dennis Gabor, C.B.E., F.R.S. Professor at Imperial College, University of London
1974 The Divorce between the Sciences and the Humanities Sir Isaiah Berlin, C.B.E., F.B.A. President of Wolfson College, Oxford
1976 Science and Human Experience Leon N. Cooper Professor of Science and Director of the Center for Neural Studies at Brown University
1978 The “I” and “We” of Art and Science Sol Spiegelman Professor of Human Genetics and Development and Director of the Institute of Cancer Research College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University
1981 Quick is Beautiful Freeman Dyson Professor of Physics at The Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey
1983 Contemporary Tasks for the Law Sir Zelman Cowen Provost of Oriel College, Oxford
1986 The Contingency of Selfhood Richard Rorty Kenan Professor of Humanities at University of Virginia
1988 Progress in the Science of Research Herbert A. Simon Richard King Mellon Professor of Computer Science and Psychology at Carnegie-Mellon University
1990 A Brief History of the First 15 Billion Years Leon Max Lederman Frank E. Sulzberger Professor of Physics at the University of Chicago
1992 Science -in-Fiction is not Science Fiction – Is it Autobiography? Carl Djerassi Professor of Chemistry at Stanford University
1998 Back an Forth Between the Cosmic and the Intimate Yash Pal National Research Professor at All India Council for Technical Education